Jeb Bush’s rant against Donald Trump and Bush’s empty immigration plan
Liberals and so-called conservatives have written about how much of an a$$hole and unhinged Donald Trump is. Okay granted, Trump is crude and rude. It seems to me though that he’s giving what he’s getting. Jeb Bush is so concerned that Trump is ‘dusting’ his privileged ass that he’s taken to dedicating whole articles addressing Trump’s immigration policy and showing his (well, vaguely … I’ll let you decide).
From Jeb Bush’s website …
Bush said, Mr. Trump is pushing a plan that is not conservative, wildly unrealistic and not reflective of our values. If that is the position put forth by our party’s standard bearer, the result will be the election of Hillary Clinton…
Notice the “values” thing? That in itself chaps my ass. Who the hell is Jeb Bush to define what the values of the American people are? Hillary Clinton is scrambling just to keep her campaign going, let alone win the nomination and then the presidency. Bush continues on with, Trump wants the mass deportation of 11 million people at a cost of as much as $600 billion, massive new federal powers to step on the civil liberties of ordinary Americans, and a border plan that could be best described as a fantasy. The “ordinary Americans” Bush is talking about are the 11 million illegals aliens who are sucking the United States dry, they are not Americans here out of “love.”
I’m not sure where Mr. Bush got the $600 billion cost from, but the $10 TRILLION Obama has racked up with nothing to show for it is nothing to freaks like Bush, considering his brother racked up about $5 TRILLION during his time in office. And now $600 billion is a huge amount!?
He also said that building a dividing wall would be an undertaking like building the Hoover Dam. Hmmm … the damn was built, why not a wall?
And here is where we get to the “nut-cutting” of why I won’t vote for Bush unless he’s the last Republican standing for the nomination …
A great nation must secure its borders for national security and public health reasons. We don’t have to spend hundreds of billions of dollars on fencing when we can use new technology, improve the Border Patrol’s access to streams and rivers on the border, beef up our patrols and adopt sensible policies like e-Verify at workplaces across the country.
We must find a practical solution to the status of the 11 million people here illegally today. We need a vigorous path to earned legal status where people are required to learn English, pay a fine and taxes, pass a criminal background check, work and not receive federal government benefits.
This isn’t amnesty. It’s a sensible proposal that can be embraced by people across the political spectrum. Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton the politicians in Washington have talked about immigration for 6 and half years but they have no interest in fixing it, only creating a political wedge issue. I will solve this problem, once and for all.
As we continue this debate, I will continue to advocate for my deeply held belief that diversity is one of America’s greatest strengths and that we are a nation of immigrants and should be proud of that tradition. Most of all, we should look at immigration as a way to build up this country. A thoughtful, strategic approach that reflects the values of this nation and that would treat immigration as an economic driver – meeting the needs of our growing economy.
When I read, This isn’t amnesty. It’s a sensible proposal that can be embraced by people across the political spectrum. And … I will continue to advocate for my deeply held belief that diversity is one of America’s greatest strengths and that we are a nation of immigrants and should be proud of that tradition. Then I know this guy is so full of sh#t his eyes should be brown.
Sir, we’re a nation of LEGAL immigrants, not illegal sponges who contribute nothing to forward the strength and prosperity of America.
And this part is where this dick-weed loses me … Most of all, we should look at immigration as a way to build up this country. A thoughtful, strategic approach that reflects the values of this nation and that would treat immigration as an economic driver – meeting the needs of our growing economy.
“A way to build up this country.” Uh, Mr. Bush, have you done any research at all into what the illegal aliens and their anchor babies are costing ‘this country?”
Try clicking HERE
When we hear “embraced by people across the political spectrum” know of a certainty this is a fraud. We didn’t elect Republicans to work with Democrats and Barack Obama. We elected them to stop what they were/are doing to America. This is why Jeb Bush is not a good choice for America and her values.
The Democrats are for the following … Government control of every facet of American life. Abortion on demand, any time, any stage of development, any reason. The destruction of the church. The destruction of the U.S. Constitution. The welcoming of our enemy into the American home-land. The unarming of the U.S. law-abiding citizen. Wide open borders. Protection of perversion and perverts. Arming of our enemies. The destruction of the U.S. economy. The demise of Israel. The destruction of free speech. The destruction of the freedom to worship as we choose. The destruction of our educational system. The gaying of our children. The destruction of our health-care system. The dividing of local communities and law enforcement. The non-enforcement of laws they don’t like. And enforcement of laws as long as they are applied towards those they despise. The selling and shipping of baby heads. Allowing terrorists to enter the U.S. Coddling of the Muslim Brotherhood at the White House. Lighting up the White House with “rainbow” colors … (that’s all this Texan needs)
So, why in the world would Jeb Bush think for a second American “values” line up with the folks he wants to work with?